Alleged corrupt medical officials not granted bail

Karachi: An Anti-Corruption Court on Wednesday dismissed the bail pleas of Sindh government officials who are facing charges of misappropriation and embezzling government funds.

The Medical Superintendent of Sindh government hospital Korangi, Dr Syed Khalid Bukhari, store in-charge Faisal Sagheer and accountant Kamran Khanzada and Najam Ali Shah filed the bail pleas through their counsels.

The special judge of Karachi based anti-corruption court, Imdad Khoso, heard the bail pleas in which the applicants through their counsel requested the court to grant the bail as according to them, the allegations labelled against them are baseless. However, the public prosecutor Mohammad Arif Sitai opposed the bail pleas and requested the court not grant the bails to accused.

After hearing the arguments from both sides, the judge dismissed the bail pleas of all the accused.

Earlier, an FIR was registered against above mentioned accused at anti-corruption police station for their alleged involvement in misappropriation and embezzling in patient welfare funds.



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